I’m back, I’m back. I was held ransom by the forces of darkness that lay claim to my soul here in this hellish corner of New England. Dunwich is a desolate quagmire of unspeakable infamy. Here I must traffic in the few remaining grains of sand in my hour glass in return for worthless ducats that cannot be exchanged for anything meaningful, like a breeding group of tuataras or Komodo dragons. Ah well.
So the news feeds are all full of various pundits on the Left, Right and middle buzzing about the latest crop of foreign right-wing parties and leaders who have broken through and made it to the mainstream. Geert Wilders in the Netherlands and Javier Milei in Argentina are the latest additions to eruptions in Sweden, Italy, Denmark, Austria, Slovakia and Hungary. And other countries are threatening to continue this change. Both France and Germany have growing right-wing parties and there is talk that in the next French presidential election Marine Le Pen may finally win.
So, does any of this indicate a turning of the tide? Well, it seems to indicate that the ceaseless migration of third world people has finally worn out even the endless patience and tolerance of Swedes and Germans. Maybe at last these Europeans are ready to end their invasion by people who do not share their values and refuse to assimilate their host country’s manners and identity.
Is it too late to reverse the deterioration of culture and lifestyle that these invaders have caused? In the case of France, it might be. There are no-go zones in and around Paris that no longer respond to police authority. Trying to reassert sovereignty in those areas will require military action similar to what’s currently going on in Gaza. I tend to doubt that the French are up to the challenge.
But some of the other countries where the invaders are far less entrenched may be able to claw back their homes. A place like Hungary where they never let the problem take root can be a resource for the type of immigration program that protects the indigenous population from immigration-based suicide. We’ll see.
Does any of this presage the same type of political change in the United States? Actually, no. We had our moment in 2016. All the pressure that the citizens of this country could bring to bear was expended in the elections in 2016 and 2020. But the administrative state in concert with the Democrats in the swing states successfully used fraudulent election practices like ballot harvesting to steal the 2020 election. And since then, they’ve “fortified Democracy” (enshrined voter fraud) in those states to prevent the indigenous citizens of this country from electing the government they need to protect them. At this point I’d be more than a little surprised if any honest federal elections occur anywhere that has large Democrat run cities. The prospect of the 3 am shutdown of the polling places followed by the three days of steadily pro=Democrat returns is a little hard to watch so until I’m proven wrong, I’ll assume we won’t have the luxury of stopping illegal immigration anytime in the foreseeable future.
Nevertheless, I’m quite encouraged by the right-wing revolts going on in Europe and elsewhere around the world. I think they indicate that there is still at least some life left in the West. And watching these parties growing and waking up more and more of the people in these countries is at least a starting point for some kind of a reaction to the woke ideology that until now has gone completely unchecked.
Keep it coming.